Newsbriefs - Ramsey Co. Maplewood

Sun
09
Jun

Grab a shovel!


Linda Baumeister/Review

Officials gathered for the groundbreaking ceremony for the expansion of Reflex Medical in North St. Paul May 31. Reflex Medical Molding is a developer and manufacturer of medical devices made out of a variety of plastic materials.

Wed
05
Jun

Maplewood felon receives 15 years for gun possession

A Maplewood man was sentenced in U.S. District Court on May 28 to 15 years in prison for unlawful possession of a firearm. Derek Lee Preston, a 35-year-old career criminal and convicted felon, pleaded guilty to the charges Feb. 3

Thu
23
May

Oakdale man charged in connection with Woodbury burglaries

A 30-year-old Oakdale man has been charged in connection with two burglaries in Woodbury after a GPS monitoring device tracked the movements of a vehicle he was allegedly driving.

Wed
22
May

Highway 36 in Lake Elmo reduced to single lane overnight through mid-June

Overnight motorists in both directions on Highway 36 between Interstate 694 and one mile east of Demontreville Trail in Lake Elmo can expect delays until mid-June as the Minnesota Department of Transportation continues to work on shoulder removal and begins construction of a “J-turn” lane.

Thu
16
May

Maplewood city manager retiring from position

Antonen leaving in late June

Wed
08
May

North St. Paul couple charged for marijuana possession

Carlton County is charging North St. Paul residents Dezerae L. Fierro, 23, and Steven R.

Mon
06
May

Search for replacement Maplewood police chief underway

Maplewood’s search for a new chief of police is underway with eight finalists currently completing management assessments.

Mon
22
Apr

County Road B closed beginning April 29

Access to County Road B between northbound or southbound Highway 61 and Atlantic Street in Maplewood will be closed starting April 29 and continuing through mid-May. MnDOT is advising motorists to find an alternate route at this time.

Thu
11
Apr

MSP helps families affected by autism prepare for air travel

Travel can be stressful for anyone, but for people with autism, crowded airports, security screening and aircraft boarding can be downright scary. Now there is a program designed to help families living with autism prepare for air travel.

Thu
11
Apr

Market changes hands


The Richard’s Market sign is a longtime fixture along Frost Ave. in the Gladstone area of Maplewood. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

Richard’s Market, Maplewood’s beloved 41-year-old neighborhood convenience store, is changing ownership this month. The new owner, Shaine Stokke, owns two other meat shops in the Duluth area.

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